The Paul McIntyre Award

The first Paul McIntyre Award was also presented at the CED working day to Ulf Kivisäkk of Sandvik Materials Technology R & D, Sweden, by the ICorr President, Sarah Vasey. Paul’s son, Gerald and daughter, Anthea, were also in attendance and said some kind words about Paul. Ulf then gave a short talk summarising his contribution to the EU-funded programme on developing an ISO standard test method for assessing crevice corrosion of 316L stainless steel in marine environments (“CREVICORR”), and also his investigations into HISC of duplex stainless steels.

The Paul McIntyre Award

With Ulf Kivisäkk are Sarah Vasey, Nick Smart and Paul’s children, Gerald and Anthea.

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